An editing oversight lopped the last 14 words off the print version of last week's "Point Austin" column. The article ran in full online.
"The Prize Fight," May 4's News feature about the run-off for House District 46, incorrectly identified Chito Vela as a former staffer for U.S. Rep. Solomon Ortiz. In fact he worked for state Rep. Solomon Ortiz Jr.
Last week's News story "Feds Move Closer to Removing Vireo From Endangered Species List" incorrectly identified one of the organizations that said it would support removing the black-capped vireo from the endangered species list as the Environmental Working Group. In fact, it was the Environmental Defense Fund.
In "Point Austin: Partly Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs" (April 6), Gov. Greg Abbott's local property tax cap proposal was reported as 2%; it is correctly 2.5%.
In the March 30 report on mayoral candidate Laura Morrison's kickoff event ("Laura Morrison Kicks Off Mayoral Campaign"), we wrote in error that she said there should be consideration of economic incentives for Amazon (for its potential second headquarters). In fact, Morrison said there should be "no consideration" of such incentives.
Last week's story "The Border Patrol Myth" incorrectly identified the cause of death for Isaac Moraless. He was stabbed, not shot.
The introduction to last week's Endorsements incorrectly listed the date Early Voting begins. It was Feb. 20, as noted in the Early Voting info, not Feb. 22.
There were two errors in last week's News feature. The preview of the House District 47 race got the chronology wrong on candidate Elaina Fowler's professional experience. She used to run an environmental remediation company, and is currently state director of Texas AFSCME Retirees. We originally had them flipped. And the look at the race for County Court-at-Law No. 3 incorrectly stated that Carlos Barrera is the only CCL judge with defense experience. In fact, Nancy Hohengarten spent nearly three years as a defense attorney.
News Editor Chase Hoffberger was not featured in last week's photo gallery of Chronicle employees with their pets. In fact, he loves pets.
Last week's story "Ann Kitchen 1, Precourt Sports Ventures Nil" incorrectly attributed a quote by Columbus Partnership CEO Alex Fischer to the Columbus Dispatch when in fact the quote came from the Austin American-Statesman.
In Jan. 19's "Day Trips," the Chronicle erroneously reported that Balcones Distilling produces "the first Texas-made whiskey since Prohibition." In fact, Hye's Garrison Brothers Distillery owns that distinction, and the trademark "Texas' First and Oldest Legal Whiskey Distillery." We regret the error.
The caption in last week's lead art to the News section incorrectly identified the individuals in the photo. That was Dalton Edwards on the left and Justin Russin on the right.
Last week's story "The Long Road to Responsive Fire Coverage," about gaps in the Austin Fire Department's coverage map, contained an error in the map's caption. It was AFD's Planning and Research section that created the map, not the City Manager's Office.
In last week's "Best of Austin" issue, we pretty much botched all the location info for Best Tattoo winner Atomic Tattoo. Here are the correct locations: 8401 Burnet Rd., 512/458-9693; 2800 S. I-35 #108, 512/445-7260; 13686 Hwy. 183 N., 512/249-7319; 15301-F N. I-35, Pflugerville, 512/252-8537.
In other incorrect address news, here's the correct one for Nice-N-Clean Hand Wash & Complete Detail Shop ("Best Scrub for Your Motor Tub"): 1201 E. 11th, 512/517-2778.
Additionally, we erroneously awarded the Critics Pick for "Best Second Downtown" to "Rock Rose at the Domain" when in fact the accolade belongs to "Rock Rose at Domain NORTHSIDE," which is operated by Endeavor Real Estate Group.
Last week's News feature "Learning the Hard Way That Police and Democratic Socialists Rarely Mix," about the fallout from Danny Fetonte's resignation from the Democratic Socialists of America, reported in error that the organization passed a resolution that called for the "abolition of prisons and the police," when in fact the resolution called only for the abolition of prisons.
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